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Help Needed w/Subversions Weird Repository Layout

From: Craig A. Vanderborgh <craigv_at_voxware.com>
Date: 2005-03-11 18:11:22 CET


I'm a Subversion newbie confused by Subversion's weird repository
layout. In particular, I am unsure how to structure the directory
hierarchy for my repositories.

My problem is simple - we have several large-ish directory trees, for
example a linux kernel tree called "linux-2.6.10". Other trees need to
reside beside this one in the directory hierarchy.

Given that Subversion requires its own directory hierarchy, i.e.
"trunk,..." where should my "linux-2.6.10" directory, the base of my
tree, actually go?? Is it supposed to be in "trunk"??

I have read the documentation on this and I find it unclear, to say the
very least. The book simply does not describe this in a clear enough
way to be meaningful. Please help me out, because I think this is my
last problem. I have been able to get everything else working.

Thanks in advance,
craig vanderborgh
voxware incorporated

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